Tablets are everywhere these days, its not a stretch to say that for every mobile phone in someone’s bag, a tablet is right there beside it, if not at home. Tablets offer the great portable convenience of a laptop with the sleek design of a slightly large phone. In the past, the goal was to make cellphones smaller and smaller, but more recently smartphones are getting bigger, to offer users the feel of a tablet without needing to tote around two devices. Customers don’t seem to have an issue with bigger phones, because so many have become accustomed the using a tablet just as much, if not more than a mobile phone. For lots of people tablets are an at home alternative to a laptop, and while they are meant to be used on the go, lots of people opt for a WiFi only tablet instead of a tablet with a carrier.
Paying extra money for a data plan on a tablet, seems like a waste to most people. Unless they are able to tither their tablets to a phone, when on the go, tablets get left at home on the cradle. Freedompop is here to change the way people use their tablets, by offering them an affordable data plan. WiFi that gives users a reason to take their tablets with them, without worrying about issues connecting to the internet, or the hassle of signal surfing is what Freedompop is all about.
Freedompop is most famously known as a mobile service carrier that offers subscribers free mobile service, that is ultimately paid for with the purchase of extras. Currently, Freedompop’s most popular plan includes 200 voice minutes, 500 texts and 500MB of LTE data. Extra features like additional minutes, data or voicemail are available at a reasonable price, and ultimately are how Freedompop is able to offer such a great deal on service. Individually, the fees seem like pennies for what you get with your plan, but when it all adds up Freedompop seems to do alright for themselves.
The Wi-Fi plan is for unlimited service, and it costs only $5 dollars a month, the best part is that you can use one of Freedompop’s devices, or bring your own. This amazing opportunity means that you can bring your own phone or tablet and have service at an affordable price, or you can buy a hotspot or mobile device from Freedompop, and still a a great deal.
Freedompop can’t name their wifi provider due to contracts, but they have said that their service is available in all Mcdonald’s, Burger King, Best Buys and Starbucks, which are all AT&T locations. Apparently, new members don’t have to be concerned with the signal and speed of their connections, which leads a lot of people anxious to make a switch, or use Freedompop’s data plan with their existing carrier, so that that they can cut costs on their current service. The option to have unlimited wifi at a price that anyone can afford makes owning a mobile device easy for everyone, the way it should be. Freedompop is worth a look for anyone who likes to save money, and stay connected.